Another war to take the world's mind off negotiations to fix borders once and for all? Boycotts are coercive tools that don't kill. If you don't like a firm, you don't buy from it. Some are for boycotting products only from the West Bank settlements, some are for boycotting those plus products from East Jerusalem and some are for boycotting Israeli products in toto. The longer negotiations over negotiations designed to lead nowhere drag on, not only because they may not want compromise but because we certainly don't, the more likely boycotts will kick in. That's a reality, Mark.
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